I have cold hands. Really. 364 days of the year. The other day (or two) they’re just plain freezing. I cannot get enough mittens, gloves, mitts or sweater sleeves to cover them. The Wool Dispensary Greater Restorative yarn is a soft and lofty singles yarn, perfect to trap all the warmth I can get! The undulating pattern makes me think of waves of heat while I try to convince myself my hands are actually warm.
Due to the small cables and small stitch count, these mittens are a good intro to cable knitting -- not to mention that the anatomically correct thumb patterning will make you comfortable in winter.
Perfect little travelling project for the easy to remember patterning and also, great as a quick gift -- I made these in 48 hours!
The Wool Dispensary Greater Restorative Superwash Merino; 250yd/m per 100g skein; color: On the Back Lot; 1 skein
Recommended needle size
US 4/3.5mm needles for working in the round
waste yarn or stitch holder
crochet hook (for provisional cast on)
20 sts/36 rounds = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
Charts AND written instructions provided.